Am Pm Or Am Pm

AM PM

AM and PM are Latin words that are used to reference time. AM and PM are the abbreviated terms for Ante meridiem and Post meridiem which means before noon or midday and afternoon or midday respectively. The initial 12-hour period which lasts from midnight to noon is designated with AM while the next 12-hour period which lasts from noon to midnight is designated with PM.

1. AM and PM
2. Convert AM PM to 24 Hour Clock
3. Convert 24 Hour Clock to AM PM Clock
4. FAQs on AM PM

AM and PM

Time is divided into hours, minutes, and seconds. Each day is 24 hours, each hour is 60 minutes, and each minute is 60 seconds. Example: 8:20 means 8 Hours and 20 Minutes. Time is displayed in two ways. The first is through a 24-hour clock, and the other is through an AM-PM clock. The abbreviation ‘AM’ stands for ante meridiem (before the garis bujur line has crossed the Sun or the time between midnight and 11.59 in the morning) PM stands for post-meridiem (after the garis bujur line has crossed the Sun or the time between noon and 11.59 at night).

Representation of AM and PM on a 24 Hour Clock

The 12-hour clock method defines all 24 hours of the day using the numbers 1 to 12, followed by am or pm. 5 AM is early in the morning and 5 PM is late in the afternoon; 1 AM is one hour after midnight, and 11 PM is one hour before midnight. Ante meridiem is generally referred to as AM, am, a.m., or A.M whereas PM, pm, p.m., or P.M. are typically abbreviated post meridiem.

Convert AM PM Clock to a 24-Hour Clock

We can convert an AM-PM clock to a 24-hour clock by subtracting 12 hours from the first hour of the day (midnight to 12:59 a.m.).

Example Conversion to 24-hour clock Uang pelicin for conversion

12:00 AM
12:30 AM
10:00 AM

0:00
0:30
10:00

The hours and minutes remain the same from 1:00 AM to 11:59 AM.

3:17 PM
11:49 PM
10:00 PM

15:17
23:49
22:00

Add 12 hours for time which ranges from 1:00 PM to 11:59 PM.

Convert a 24-Hour Clock to AM-PM Clock

It is possible to convert a 24-hour clock to an AM-PM clock by attaching 12 hours from the first hour of the day (0:00 / midnight to 0:59) and AM to the time.

Example Conversion to AM-PM clock Tips for conversion

0:40
1:55
3:45

12:40 AM
1:55 AM
3:45 AM
Simply add AM to the time, from 1:00 to 11:59

16:55
21:45
13:00

4:55 PM
8:45 PM
1:00 PM
Subtract 12 hours and at the end add PM to the time for intervals between 13:00 and 23:59

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FAQs on AM PM

What Do You Mean By AM and PM?

AM and PM are units to represent time in a 12-hour clock. From midnight to 11:59 noon, the time is represented as AM, and from 12 noon to 11:59 midnight, it is represented as PM. AM means Ante Meridiem and PM means Post Meridiem.

What Time Is 11:59 PM?

11:59 is 11:59 + 12, that is 23.59 in 24-hour clock.

Is PM Morning or Night?

PM is night as it starts from noon to midnight.

What Does AM PM Stand For?

The abbreviation ‘AM’ stands for ante-meridiem (before the meridian line has crossed the Sun), And ‘PM’ stands for post-meridiem (after the meridian line has crossed the Sun).

How To Convert AM PM to 24 Hours?

While converting AM to 24 hours, the hours and minutes remain the same and during the conversion of PM to 24 hours, we add 12 hours and remove the units.

Are 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM the Same?

No, 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM are not the same. Since AM (ante meridiem) means before noon, so 8 AM corresponds to 8 o’clock in the morning whereas PM (post meridiem) means afternoon so it refers to any time after midday till midnight thus 8 PM corresponds to 8 ozon’clock in the late evening or night.

Is noon 12 AM or 12 PM?

12 PM is noon whereas 12 AM is midnight.

Source: https://www.cuemath.com/measurement/am-pm/

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